Last login: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Well Joe (if I may be so familiar), while you stand there defiantly with your d**k in your hand (not to mention your f**t in your mouth), please understand that you're behavior embarrassed the majority of the American public in the eyes of the world. What ever became of the vaunted 'warrior ethic' in which you treat the dead of both sides with equal respect? Oh yeah, let's see... they were killing your buddies with IEDs (can't imagine why they'd be upset with you hiding behind cover with sniper rifles picking off their family, friends & buddies from long-range... imagine that!). Still, your comments continue to exhibit the exceptionalism so endemic in our national discourse: That, somehow, you being there, killing Pashtun tribesmen who had nothing to do with 9/11 and can't even find Kabul on a map, never mind the U.S. or NYC, are somehow justified but that they, confronted by the overwhelming might of the U.S. military are somehow 'insurgents' for defending their homes against murderous invaders who invade their homes in the dead of night, kill their innocent family members, and even at times cut the spent rounds from their lifeless bodies to conceal their mistakes [http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/05/world/asia/05afghan.html]. Basically, what your high-school football field morality demonstrates is that America has lost both the battles for higher education and of morality. Great job, Joe!
July 17, 2013 at 11:43 a.m.
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